T-Mobile Wing

alaTest hat 15 Testberichte und Kundenbewertungen für T-Mobile Wing zusammengefasst und analysiert. Im Durchschnitt wurde das Produkt mit 3.6/5 bewertet, verglichen mit einer durchschnittlichen Bewertung von 4.1/5 für andere Produkte in der Kategorie Handys. Am positivsten ist den Testern der Bildschirm und die Verarbeitungsqualität aufgefallen, aber sie finden die Größe nicht optimal. Über das Design gibt es diverse Auffassungen.

Portabilität, Zuverlässigkeit, Batterie, Bildschirm, Verarbeitungsqualität

Leistung, Bedienbarkeit, Größe

Wir haben sowohl Nutzer- als auch Expertenbewertungen, Produktalter und weitere Faktoren ausgewertet. Im Vergleich zu anderen Produkte in der Kategorie Handys erzielt T-Mobile Wing einen alaScore™ von 81/100 = Sehr gut.


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Expertenbewertung von : Damon Brown (digitaltrends.com)

T-Mobile Wing Review


The T-Mobile Wing is a good balance between Sidekick's user friendliness and a Blackberry's raw power.

Sep 2007

Expertenbewertung von : Lisa Katayama (wired.com)

Review: T-Mobile Wing


Whoever said smartphones are ugly, awkward, sluggish devices? T-Mobile's Wing is trying not to listen. First off, it looks hot. The metallic blue body is...

Rubberized, square keypad lets you type quickly despite being tiny. Wi-Fi and EDGE connectivity ensures Internet access almost anywhere. 2.3-inch wide body fits neatly into purse or pant pocket. Battery lasts for a solid six days

Painfully long delays navigating through menu. Interface sometimes looks messy and disorganized. Touchscreen commands respond slowly when running multiple apps. Stylus location on bottom left not handy for most users

Jun 2007

Expertenbewertung von : Jamie Lendino, Sascha Segan (pcmag.com)

T-Mobile Wing


T-Mobile bunts with a solid but incremental improvement to the MDA that leaves us wanting more power.

Clean design. Good reception. Very bright touch screen. Works over Wi-Fi or EDGE.

Same slow processor as the MDA.

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Mai 2007

Expertenbewertung von : Melissa Perenson (pcworld.com)

T-Mobile Wing


I'm finicky about call quality. In fact, I've rarely lauded a phone's call quality--until now. In my hands-on experience, the navy-blue T-Mobile Wing ($300 with a two-year contract) sounded terrific. While on calls, I heard virtually none of the...

Touch screen display Roomy, slide-out keyboard

Some buttons are poorly designed Limited integrated storage

For $300, the T-Mobile Wing is a reasonable value, given the phone's versatile functionality, stellar call quality, and excellent battery life. My greatest concerns about the phone involve its limited on-board storage and its poorly constructed...

Mai 2007

Expertenbewertung von : Grace Aquino (laptopmag.com)

T-Mobile Wing


This full-featured touchscreen smart phone is sleeker than its predecessor and takes full advantage of Windows Mobile 6, but is that enough?

Slimmer design than T-Mobile MDA • Runs WM6 • Wi-Fi connectivity • Terrific battery life

No 3G support • Echoey call quality • Flat QWERTY keys • Lackluster 2-MP camera

Mai 2007

Expertenbewertung von : Melissa Perenson (techadvisor.co.uk)

T-Mobile Wing review


We've rarely praised a mobile phone's call quality - until now. The navy-blue T-Mobile Wing sounds terrific - and as this handset is in essence a rebadged version of the much-vaunted HTC Touch, this may be good news for those who crave touchscreen...

For £329, the T-Mobile Wing is a reasonable value, given the phone's versatile functionality, stellar call quality and excellent battery life. We don't yet know how much the iPhone will cost in the UK, but at $499 in the US it is a lot more expensive...

Jun 2007

Expertenbewertung von : PhoneArena Team (phonearena.com)

T-Mobile Wing Review


The Wing is a great replacement for the MDA. In a time where slim phones are in, the Wing is a monster in size but it is very comfortable at the same time. If using a stylus bothers you, then there is always the iPhone, HTC Touch, Samsung F700, and LG...

Jul 2007

Expertenbewertung von : Dieter Bohn (wmexperts.com)

Review: T-Mobile Wing


Read on for our full review of the T-Mobile Wing. If you're on T-Mobile, this is your best bet for a PocketPC device, but is it good enough to

Great look and feel, Windows Mobile 6, Nice keyboard, Thinner than the MDA

Processor and Memory, EDGE only

Datawise, both the Wing and the MDA are also the same: EDGE and WiFi. This is also disappointing, but expected, as both are designed for T-Mobile's network. T-Mobile has purchased the necessary bandwidth the move to 3G, but when they actually plan to...

Aug 2007

Expertenbewertung von : Ed Hardy (brighthand.com)

T-Mobile Wing Review


It is one of the first models released with Windows Mobile 6 Professional

What it comes down to is if you're not expecting to do a lot of text entry with your phone, then take a look at some of T-Mobile's other options

Aug 2007

Expertenbewertung von : Brandon (justanothermobilemonday.com)

T-Mobile Wing Reviewed by WMExperts


Dieter Bohn over at WMExperts looks like he's had his hands full for the last little while reviewing the T-Mo Wing. I'm going to break it to you slowly here – the reviewer is funny, definitely on point with what a lot of other reviewers have said, and...

The T-Mobile Wing (codenamed T-Mobile Atlas, henceforth just ?Wing?) is another slider from HTC, meaning that it has a standard 240×320 screen, a few buttons beneath it, and a sliding keyboard. It?s a Windows Mobile 6 Professional-edition device,...

Aug 2007